“A once-in-a-lifetime horse” is how jockey Vincent Ho described Golden Sixty after the Hong Kong sensation took his winning streak to ten.
Flavien Prat, Abel Cedillo, Mickaelle Michel, Tom Marquand – a host of jockeys have made hay as horse racing went on behind closed doors. Nicholas Godfrey identifies the first XI.
Hong Kong-based rider Vincent Ho (+5pts, #48 from #54) is our star of the week according to the Thoroughbred Racing Commentary’s exclusive global rankings.
Training legend Gai Waterhouse claimed a record seventh victory in the world’s richest two-year-old race as Farnan won the A$3.5m Golden Slipper.
Vincent Ho delivered the first success by a homegrown jockey since 1995 in the HK$20m ($2.58m) BMW Hong Kong Derby.